2005 Saturn Relay Questions
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I have a Saturn relay 200t. The car's key was lost and we bought a new one. Nobody know how to configurate the new chip key. We took the saturn to Chevro/Statlin shop and they could not configurate the Key. I live in Kissimme, Fl
Code reader says replace thermo..did that twice..thinking there's a leak or clog.
metal arm which extends forward to hold the axle in place broke
With no warning the van wont start. All the lights etc. come on and it tries to start but its as if there is no final spark to turn the engine over. I swear I can hear the fuel pump buzzing.
The temperture gauge started going back and forth. The engine light would come on and the gauge would go back to less then half and light would turn off. Would this be my temperture sensor that needs to be replaced or is this something else. The guage stopped working and engine light is on.
Stopped turning on what is that motor for and how do I get it to turn back on?
And I've had it changed in its still reading the same thing so what could be the problem
I want to be able to hotwire the main cooling fan for full-time operation and bypass the ECU for this. It has been almost 99 degrees every day here, so the cooler, the better. I need some help to get this done, Van wiring is goofy and uses ground and varying voltages to control fan speed and operation. Can anyone give me some suggestions? I already have a colder t-stat installed which helps a drop, but not enough. If I leave it up to the ECU, the main cooling fan comes on much later than I need, and the motor runs wayyy too hot, which also negatively affects AC cold operation as well! I HATE the factory calibrations! They SUCK! I want to bypass all of that by hard-wiring. Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.
Drops From 14 to 12 in minutes after shutting off the car. It will start fine for days then just click with a low voltage reading
Also, is there a fuse associated with it that may have blown out?